Daily Archive: July 7, 2015

TIMETABLE : Integrated Approach to UPSC Prelims + Mains – 2015 – A Self Study Guide (July 8 to July 22)

TIMETABLE : Integrated Approach to UPSC Prelims + Mains – 2015 – A Self Study Guide (July 8 to July 25) Previous Timetables Self Study Guide In this timetable we will be covering: NCERT Class XI Indian Economic Development NCERT Class XII Macroeconomics NCERT Class XI Fine Art (Introduction to Indian Art) NIOS – Indian Art and Culture Economic Survey...

DAY – 30: Insights Self Study Guide for UPSC Prelims + Mains – 2015

DAY – 30: Insights Self Study Guide for Prelims + Mains – 2015 07 July 2015 Following Questions are Based on this TIMETABLE ARCHIVES Descriptive Questions 1) Write a critical account on the history of stance taken by the Parliament and the Supreme Court on the amendability of Fundamental Rights. (200 Words) The Hindu Laxmikanth, Indian Polity – Chapter 10...

2) It is argued that rationalizing the anti-defection law is essential to improve Parliament’s efficiency in India. Critically examine why.

DAY – 30: Insights Self Study Guide for Prelims + Mains – 2015 07 July 2015 Following Questions are Based on this TIMETABLE ARCHIVES 2) It is argued that rationalizing the anti-defection law is essential to improve Parliament’s efficiency in India. Critically examine why. (200 Words) Livemint Laxmikanth, Indian Polity – Chapter 58

1) Write a critical account on the history of stance taken by the Parliament and the Supreme Court on the amendability of Fundamental Rights.

DAY – 30: Insights Self Study Guide for Prelims + Mains – 2015 07 July 2015 Following Questions are Based on this TIMETABLE ARCHIVES Descriptive Questions 1) Write a critical account on the history of stance taken by the Parliament and the Supreme Court on the amendability of Fundamental Rights. (200 Words) The Hindu Laxmikanth, Indian Polity – Chapter 10

Lok Sabha TV Insights: Prime Minister’s Visit to Central Asia

                                               Lok Sabha TV Insights – PM’s visit of Central Asia 07/07/2015 Archives Prime Minister yesterday left for Central Asian tour encompassing 6 countries i.e. Central Asia (Uzbekistan, Kazakhstan, Turkmenistan, Kyrgyzstan and Tajikistan) and Russia. During this tour India will touch upon wide array of issues such as culture, security, natural resources and connectivity. Along with bilateral visits are the...